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86,000 wild mustangs that roam the West are at the center of raging controversy
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Prehistoric wild dog found at iconic human fossil site
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Dark sky tourism is on the rise across the U.S.

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The secret life of sake, Japan’s national obsession
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Season 7 of Overheard at National Geographic

August 2021 Issue

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Two gladiators enter—only one leaves alive, right? Think again.
Two gladiators enter—only one leaves alive, right? Think again.
Take a step inside a gladiator’s arena
Take a step inside a gladiator’s arena
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